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StrString (programming languages)
StrShort Tandem Repeat
StrStraight
StrStrength
StrStrip
StrStraße (German: Street)
StrStructures
StrSmith Travel Research
StrStrand
StrSend to Receive
StrState Teachers Retirement (various locations)
StrStatutory Tax Rate
StrShadow of the Tomb Raider (gaming)
StrStadtrat (Austria, Europe)
StrScientific and Technical Reports (various organizations)
StrSanta Rosa (Guatemala territorial division)
StrSell To Rent
StrSuspend to RAM
StrStraat (Dutch: street)
StrStand to Reason (Signal Hill, CA)
StrQuestar Corporation (Stock Symbol)
StrSpringfield Terminal Railway Company (North Billerica, MA)
StrStamford Twin Rinks (Stamford, CT)
StrSchool Technology Resources (Scotts Valley, CA)
StrScuderia Toro Rosso (Italian auto racing team)
StrStudent-Teacher Ratio (education measurement)
StrSelf-Tuning Regulator
StrSubtropical Ridge (climate)
StrScientific-Technical Revolution
StrService Treatment Record (US DoD)
StrString
StrSave to Ram
StrStatus Request
StrStructure
StrSelf Tuned Radio
StrSales to Retailers (Beer Industry)
StrSingle Tablet Regimen (medical treatment)
StrStudent Teacher Relationship (education)
StrSteps to Reproduce (a behavior)
StrSupport, Time and Recovery Worker (formerly Community Support Worker)
StrSession-Termination Request (computer networking)
StrSpecial Theory of Relativity
StrStudienrat (Austria, Europe)
StrSuspicious Transaction Report
StrSoil Temperature Regime
StrSell Through Rate
StrStromelysin
StrSustained Transfer Rate
StrStuttgart, Germany - Echterdingen (Airport Code)
StrState Transition Rule (language)
StrSociety of Thoracic Radiology
StrSoftware Technology Roadmap
StrStore Task Register
StrSoftware Test Report
StrSoftware Technology Review (Carnegie Mellon)
StrSoftware Trouble Report
StrSindicato de Trabalhadores Rurais (Portuguese: Union of Rural Workers; Brazil)
StrSynchronous Transmitter Receiver
StrSquare to Round (mechanical)
StrSymbol Timing Recovery
StrSubcontract Technical Representative
StrStructural Requirement
StrSynchronous Transmit Receive
StrSystem Technical Report
StrService Terminal Rotterdam
StrSubject to Regularization (Visa to Nigeria)
StrSpecialised Technology Resources (UK) Ltd.
StrSubmarine Thermal Reactor
StrSequential Transfer Rate
StrSoft-Tissue Rheumatism (medical disorder)
StrShort-Term Recall (neuropsychology)
StrSpot The Reference
StrSouthwest Times Record (newspaper)
StrShawnee Terminal Railway Company
StrStall Torque Ratio (torque converter)
StrSold To Rent
StrScience Tape Recorder
StrState- and Time-Dependent Routing
StrSmile, Talk, Raise both arms (method to determine if a person has suffered a stroke)
StrSystem Test Review
StrSpurious Trip Rate
StrScanning Television Radiometer
StrSociété Tunisienne de Radiologie
StrSoftware Test Result
StrSystem Trouble Report
StrSelective Trunk Reservation
StrStarboard Thermal Radiator
StrServant Team Retreat
StrSymmetric, Transitive, and Reflexive (COM identity rule)
StrSystems Technology Radar
StrSwimming Technology Research, Inc.
StrSpecialized Tone Receiver (Sprint)
StrSuspect Transaction Report
StrShort-Term Random Variance
StrSubject Terminal Control Release
StrStudent Training Requirement
StrStandard Training Requirement
StrSpeaker Trained Recognition (speech recognition systems)
StrSteel Tank Rectifier
StrSupplementary Technical Requirement
StrSurvey Team Report
StrSynchronous Track & Receive
StrStorage Retrieval Truck (Automated Warehouse)
StrSystems and Technology Research, Inc (Fairfax, Virginia)
StrSystem Timing References
StrService Transaction Record
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Bernal (1901-71), let us refer to this twentieth-century phenomenon as the Scientific-Technical Revolution. Coining the phrase in 1957, Bernal wished to underline `that only in our time has science come to dominate industry and agriculture'.
But the reality is that, despite the unfolding of social science policy studies since the 1960s, critical contributions to the problem of how to define and assess the Scientific-Technical Revolution failed to appear.
In a similar way to the Scientific Revolution in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and to the Industrial Revolution in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the Scientific-technical Revolution in the twentieth century is both a factor and a product of social change.
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